'Is Peace Possible?' Credits

"Is Peace Possible?" would not be possible without the dedicated work of many people:

9-11 Ten Years LaterS. Daniel Abraham Center for Middle East Peace: S. Daniel Abraham (Chairman), Robert Wexler (President), Zvika Krieger (Senior Vice President; Editor, "Is Peace Possible?")

The Atlantic: J.J. Gould (Deputy Editor, TheAtlantic.com), Max Fisher, (Editor, International channel)

Design, Production, and Content Consultants: SAYA / Design for Change -- Karen Lee Bar-Sinai, Yehuda Greenfield-Gilat, Chen Farkas

Senior Policy Advisors: Avi Gil, Daniel Kurtzer, Toni Verstandig

Senior Consultant: Dan Rothem

Advisor: Sara Ehrman

Consultants: Ghaith Al-Omari, Ziad Assali, Shaul Arieli, Shlomo Brom, Rex Brynen, Daniel Levy, David Makovsky, Robert Malley, Aaron David Miller, Michal Saliternik, Daniel Seidemann, Natahn Sharony, and Gilead Sher

Animation: Nadav Gal

Graphics: SAYA / Design for Change with Harel Schreiber

Video Editing: Doobi Felix, Nadav Gal

Recordings: Scott Harlan

Narration: Robert Wexler

Senior Researchers: Josh Cohen, Brandon Cooper, Yoni Komorov

Researchers: Kerry Brodie, Jackie Kleban, Madeleine Schnur

(The material in this project does not necessarily reflect the views of the advisors)

Robert Wexler is the President of the S. Daniel Abraham Center for Middle East Peace. He served as a Democratic member of Congress for seven terms, representing Florida's 19th district in the U.S. House of Representatives before retiring in 2010 to lead the Center.

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